RSSGear Guide

New Products From Yak-Gear!

| March 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

Yak-Gear has come out with a new “Build-A-Crate” milk crate customization product. These are available with either 2 or 3 rod holders and they come with all of the mounting hardware included in the package. The mounting brackets also have slots built into them to hang your knives, pliers, lures and other tools. Get ready to be […]

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No More Soggy Shoes!

| February 24, 2013 | 2 Comments

Columbia has expanded their popular Drainmaker shoe line to include some unique new styles this year with design improvements. Here are the styles we will be carrying: Columbia Drainmaker II Columbia Powerdrain Columbia Drainslip Columbia Boatdrain These are great shoes for anyone who wants a multi-functional shoe that they do not have to worry about […]

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New Tents From Kelty!

| February 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Kelty has come out with some cool new tents that no longer require tent poles to form the frame of the tent. Instead, you just hook up a double action pump (that is included) and inflate the AirPoles that create the infrastructure of the tent. What is also amazing is that the whole process takes less than […]

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New Diablo Paddlesports Accessories

| February 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Diablo Paddlesports has launched a couple of new accessories specifically designed to be mounted to their boats, the Chupacabra and the Adios. The Diablo Leaning Post works in a similar manner as the Hobie H-Bar in the fact that it helps you stand up and stabilize yourself while sight casting or stand up paddling.  It folds completely […]

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New Gear From Yakima and Whispbar!

| February 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

We recently brought a few new Yakima and Whispbar products and I thought a quick overview might be helpful. The Whispbar Mighty Mount for the standard bar and the HD bar allows you to attach many of the stnadard Yakima rack accessories such as Land Sharks, Hully Rollers, High Rollers, and Kayak Stackers to the Whispbar cross […]

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New Product Report: New Seattle Sports Carts

| February 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

We have some new Seattle Sports carts for carrying Kayaks and SUPs: The new Scupper Swift cart is designed for transporting kayaks by utilizing posts that plug into the scupper holes.  It adjusts through the axle allowing for added strength.  It can adjust to accommodate widths from 8.5 to 18 inches.  Also, it boasts new […]

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New Product: YakAttack BlackPak

| February 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

YakAttack has come out with a new crate “system” for kayak fishing called the BlackPak.  The crate is made of the same starboard material that the Hobie side boards on the Pro Angler are made of.  These are very versatile packs and allow numerous rigging opportunities to customize the product and they are also very durable, able to take […]

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Love, Hugs & Outdoor Gear

| February 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

I logged onto Facebook this past Sunday in anticipation of reading post-Super Bowl game comments and was surprised to see how many people posted they were glad that football season was over. Why? Well, not necessarily because they didn’t like football but because and I quote, they were “happy to have their husbands” back. Sad […]

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Google Hangout: Valentine’s Edition

| February 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Time: 6:00 PM Date: Feb. 6th, 2013 How to View Broadcast: Google+ Members: Click here to enter the Hangout Non Google+ Members: View the broadcast below at the scheduled time Chris Hackerd is back to host another Google+ Hangout and this time he’s got some Valentine’s suggestions for all the guys and gals out there. So take a seat, […]

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Never Hurts To Be Prepared

| February 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Typically when people find themselves in the great outdoors, most never think that anything could possibly go wrong. I mean most places we go are on well traveled trails right? Let me paint a scenario for you. Say you are an avid outdoors photographer traveling to a state park to shoot pictures of wildlife in […]

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